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Gordon Ryan Donates $10,000 USD to Greater Austin Crime Commission

Gordon Ryan is, arguably, the best contemporary no gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athlete. And even though a part of the BJJ community has love-hate sentiments about him, there’s no denying that Ryan...

New Jersey Makes Gracie Survival Tactics a Part of Police Training

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a necessity for anyone involved in law enforcement. At least for those who wish to keep themselves, as well as the suspects, safe while carrying out their job. And...

Manteca Police Department Adopts Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Training

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu… It’s almost as if it was designed for law enforcement – allowing it to overpower and control the violent person, staying safe all the while not afflicting any...

Former NYPD Detective: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Training for Police Should be Mandatory

Since the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and the protests and riots that followed it, police reform has been a widespread topic in the United States. Suggestions on how to...

Reasons Why Law Enforcement Officers Should Learn Jiu Jitsu

Police Self Defense training is very specific. Police officers have to learn self defense for both armed and unarmed situations. They need to use a martial art that can subdue a criminal suspect...

Law Enforcement and Security Techniques That Just Don’t Work

You’ve probably had a chance to see all of those inefficient martial arts techniques on Instagram, Youtube and similar, right? And, while it seems that they are often a laughing stock for some...